Join us in The Kitchen with Food for All Farm, and Spokane Edible Tree Project for a hands-on style cooking class and conversation around the table, focused on how you can find and use the abundant seasonal ingredients available locally. You don’t want to miss our first class of the series!
Try your hand at making fresh homemade pasta noodles, topped with a deliciously simple and light seasonal sauce. Hear insight from local growers and food advocates about how you can best select fresh ingredients available in spring, while also making use of staple ingredients available in the Spokane area year round.
You’ll leave with a vinaigrette sample you made in class, fresh seasonal greens, as well as a recipe booklet for inspiration!
The Kitchen at Second Harvest provides nutrition information, scratch cooking skills, budgeting, and more to people in our community who need a little help getting good food on their table and preparing it in an easy, healthful way. When you give people skills and hope along with food, you allow them to look past hunger and toward self-sufficiency. Your support of Second Harvest cooking classes allows our neighbors experiencing hardship to also enjoy a fun, kitchen learning experience at no cost. It's a win-win; you enjoy a hands-on culinary adventure and help move others from hunger to health!
Cancellation Policy: Due to staff time and purchasing of product we are unable to reimburse payment upon cancellation within 72 hours. Also, we are no longer able to move cancellations to future classes. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you need to cancel please do so with at least 72 hours notice by calling Emily at 509-252-6249. Thank you!